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Fall River Globe from Fall River, Massachusetts • 3

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Fall River Globei
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V- Hi FALL' RIVER GLOBE! THURSDAY OCTOBER 6 1921 Be Extravagant i tpiig 4 ---J: 0 By being: too think of the cost of doingthout The older the stove the more it wastes not only in food and patience butih fuel Saving a few pounds jof coal each day means hundreds of pounds in ayeaJ A' Modem Glenwood gives wonderful results with the smallest amount of fuel i Get one and start saving now i vjf Ors 'f -X C-vTv5- wr- -tftu i This Glenwood own in the wctoderf ul pesrl grey porcelain enamel finieh-vjj heat and attractive By simply passing a damp cloth ovey -rXe surface you are able to clean your range instantly Nore soiled hands no more and smut It banisnes the'ruditime task of blacking the range Picture I the splendid akiearance it would mute in your kitchen £feT6S: 5 i V' yr 5-s tn -V VS vs i r- 4 1 4' frwsiaswjsewM msAJsfc et- I text T' 1 4 -T Lyx 1 1 I i SW i fy 1 I a A A A fc yi i I 1 fvWSseev'e Jl r5Aj Ifff -4 r- jw ii il Its 'SCwfer- 1 ATTENDANCE AT FAIR WAS 60000 I I 9 Second lixlTbition Day of the Monster 1 Brockton Attracts a Large Crowd Airplane Maneuvres a Attraction C1 Ip i JMi 1 s- ft i i Vf-- liffrul'lais iii in II oH nme in trad -'i Call to-day Glenwood i IN THERE WITH HEAD AS WELL AS BAT NEW YORK Oct 6 Bathe eh owed 'that he could do something else besides hit He Juggled a liner on one fS'i XjjAf Yojr ftXO prc wok If ycu olf raaaa terms aro $100 1 CO per week TESSIER 292 Pleasant Street Fall A 1 I 1 I ssX'm iW a- -t 51 I v1" w' 4 i-f 'S'1 i v-c-i 1 Av my silenced though the crackling of the blazing wooden coaches could fetill be heard The firemen under Colonel Hivert were not prepared for the barrage of poisonous fumes which assailed them as they reached the scene Finally they played four streams on the last coaches at the St Lazare end of the tunnel but these were empty and not burning while' 17 coaches in the center of the tunnel far away from the efforts were blazing fiercely At no time could they get closer than 600 feet from the inferno Nevertheless everv -''w and then a passenger with blackened face would come struggling out begging the helpless firemen police and soldiers to enter the tunnel and save those dying within The minister of the public works Letroquer who was early on the scene helping to direct the rescue work described it as yiion of hell" He announced that the dead would be buried and the injured receive medical treatment at the expense of the state A hundred thousand commutters who depart homeward from the St Lazare station surrrounded the yards but were refused admittance As 'a consequence there was an immense amount of confusion and many of the commutters repaired tot the barracks which were placed i at their disposal by the government An American Red Cross (unit was among the first in the relief work The flremenl finally mastered the flames but so intense had they been that the vaulting was declared unsafe and the subway tralnfi crossing over head were withdrawn The accident Is said to have been due to the breaking of an airbrake To Wear Thin Waists or Sleyeless Dresses 1 (Beauty Topics) i With the aid of a delators paste It Is an easy matter for any woman to remove every trace of hair or fuzs from face neck and arms Enough of the powdered deiatone and water is mixed into a thick paste and spread on the hairy surface for About 2 minutes then rubbed off I and the skin washed This completely removes the hair but to avoid disappointment get the deiatone in an original package I i ''SKW -V "-X'1'4 A 4- "4 i' 'f '-v i 4 7 wC 'J 5 zjp' 4iv I t-je 5 1 I Sf i flciaia this lowers the record of 5:57 hung up four years ago by a trio of Mr horses at Allentown Penn The doughty young equestrienne was given a wonderful ovation when the concluded her nervy feat There was must interest evidence in the home show a number of the finest bluefribbon winners in the country being exhibited on the turf Particular tntereet centred in the jumpers and saddle horses The third annual high school meet which was staged yesterday afternoon drew out a big field of athletes Brockton High against a field of eight schools won the meet handily taking 65 2-3 points English High of Boston was second with 52 2-3 points Other contestants finished as follows: Bridgewater 22H Gloucester 6 Attleboro and Stoughton 4 each Woburn 2 and North Attleboro 1-3 of a point Another attraction that thrilled the crowd during the late afternoon a balloon ascension by William Lambert or Baltimore My Lambert after ascending to a great height Just as darkness was settling completed a clever double parachute Jump But the end proved to be a thriller He landed in the mid hf the residential section of Campello the southern part of the city After working his way to the ground jthe young man found himself at the (corner of Nilsnon and Main ntreots The occupant of the house refused td surrender the big gas bag from which Lambert He expostulated ip vain! Finally after continued refusal on th part of the Brocktonlan it waj necessary to send two police officers from the Central police station to salvage the balloon which was then surrendered Mrs Loula Long Coombs of Leo Summit Mo was one of the big winners in the horse show taking several blue ribbons and first prize fn the harness and tandem classes The Cassilis farm was a hS winner In the hackney claws This exhibitor aLso made a good winning in the pony clasp Because It was necessary to race several extra heats the racing programme had to be postponed until Thursday morning bug three of the five events being completed at sundown Today is Boston day and another record-breaking crowd is expected On FYlday the closing day Governor Cox and Governors of the other New England States will bo welcomed with pomp and splendor The annual muster in which 30 hand tubs from all over New England have been entered will wind up the fair i Mk j-? t3 rjs ui'i'i-iWi" rJkfa- ta JX 58- and see for you: Range HPHf modern poking Easy Liver vVs recovered the ltxi before It reached the ground saving: himself a bad error But he or? the coaching line at third all the game and it was his ff bastion that etarted I -l L3 Term bistce have no down and McNally on hid daring steal of homo occasion from bat and then Babe may not know much about th encyclopedia but he hits that basobaiR brain of his working all the time COBB YERXA CO c- 1A -Mi Sseocjf 'v Train Wrecked in Tunnel I Catches Fire Rescuers Unable to Reach Those Trapped in 17 Burning Coaches Terrifying Scenes PARIS Oct 6 An official statement issued last night gives the number killed in the tunnel wrick as IS with a score injured i Seventeen of those injured have I ded in hospitals according to the Havas agency bringing the totpl number of dead up to 33 Exploration of the 17 burned cara haa not yet been possible and it is feared they contain additional victims A rear end collision of two suburban trains in the half mile tunnel leading to the Saint Lazare railroad station led to terrifying scenes and the death of many person hound on their homeward Journey from Paris The wrecked cars burst Into flames and disaster was made all the more terrible by the explosion of a gas reservoir At a late hour last night only five bodies had been recovered Twenty persons are known to have Jeen aeri-ously injured and 60 others were slightly injured This however gives no Idea of the extent of the disaster because the firemen and others engaged in the work of rescue have been unable to get any distance within the tunnel owlnr the gas fumes The fire spread with great rapidity and for a time cries of distress ana the moans of the dying were heard on all sides but these finally were pipe on the first train and It la thought that the train following into collision through faulty working of tjie signals EDWIN McKNIGHT SUES FULLER FOR $50000 Oct 6 Edwin Me- Knight former president of the Massachusetts senate has brought sut in the Suffolk superior court for $50000 against Lieutenant Governor Alvan Fuller for alleged! statements made the latter Mr McKnlght accuses Mr Fuller of having! published by means Of a letter written of the 27th of August' 1920 address to and received1 by Allen1 Frederick of Brookline and divers other person of the common-' wealth false statements concerning the plaintiff as a citizen and in rela- tion to hla office aspresldent ofj the' senate of the general court of Maasa-1 chusetts The statement related to deposits made by the state treasurer in banks In which 'Mr be interested BRITISH CHAMP I IS ELIMINATED Ji Oct (By The Associated Press) Mise Cecil Leitch golf champion of Great Britain France and Oarqida has failed in her quest of the United States championship She was 'defeated yesterday by Mrs Letts Jr of Chicago one up on the home green and thus eliminated from the tournament I Miss Marion Hollins of New York defeated Mrs David Gaut of Memphis by four and two Mias Elaine Rosenthal of Chicago defeated Mias Dorothy Klots of Chicago two and one Mrs Letts former western champion protided the greatest sensations that the annual tournament1 has ever brought forth by defeating aj younger woman who had been regarded the super-wonder of her 'sex on the links -f- DAYTON WINS FROM i OTIS AT BILLIARDS PITTSBURGH Fa Oct Cham pion Johr Dayton with an unfinished run of 10i yesterday defeated Charles Otis of New York in a one-sided match 50 to 16 In the national three cushion billiard tournament Otis's only run was two In the second contest of the play between A1-fredo De Oro and Hugh Heal the Cuban win 50 to 45 in C7 innings Each had a run of fear i A BROCKTON Oct One of the biggoet second day crowds in the history of Brockton fair passed through the gutes yesterday when New England Day was observed It was estimated that close to 80000 people attended the grounds being filled dur-ing afternoon and evening Just as the crowds were ttling to an afternoon of wort wltneWsng i some of the race track events in from of the grandstand the advance guard of the army which are to maneyvre during the remainder of the fair sailed majestically overhead recelymg a wonderful ovotlon from the crowd Two others arrived a little later and will Join the other flier today One of the features of the day was the three-mile relay running race by a string of horses from Allie Wooster's Portage Wri jm stables A record was established by Miss (Sue Flschnich of Madison Wis driving Amy Barbara Nash and Dorothy! Nine honsee performed in the relayf the change being made at the tnil of the three miles was 5 minutes 22 4 seconds According to track of- COBB YERXA CO sw FOUND HEM A GREAT HELP Indigestion biliousness headache any condition caused by fermenting undigested food can be relieved Peter Landis Meyersdale pa writes: suffered inany years and I can say Foleyf Cathartic Tablets are a great help for constipation Brady's three Drug Stores mite Block South Main street Pleasant street adv mi i 1 -1.

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